Graphic Storytelling as a Vehicle for Awakening – Steve Cefalo

Today’s conversation was with Stephen Cefalo

Steve’s lifelong relationship with both fine art and illustration began in childhood. As a child, he studied the art forms of traditional oil painting, animation, the graphic arts and comics.
A graduate of New York’s School of Visual Arts and Indiana University, Stephen counts world-class artists Steven Assael, Max Ginsburg, and Nelson Shanks among his teachers.
Steve exhibits and is collected nationally. He is frequently published in popular art magazines as both a featured artist and columnist. His work as Rugrats artist at Nickelodeon and assistant painter for pop artist, Jeff Koons contributed to his breadth of artistic knowledge. Formerly an instructor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Stephen currently Illustrates for Corey Goode’s graphic novels and other disclosure-related projects.

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